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Wednesday, March 05, 2008

Ind. Decisions - Court has denied transfer in Home Place annexation case

The Indianapolis Star is reporting:

An Indiana Supreme Court decision essentially gives Carmel the ability to annex the Home Place community.

The high court rejected 5-0 a request by Home Place residents to review the Indiana Court of Appeals' October ruling allowing Carmel to annex the 1.6-square-mile area of homes and businesses just north of Indianapolis.

Representatives from both sides received word Tuesday.

The ILB has not received notice of the transfer denial, but a check of the Clerk's docket shows that by a 5-0 order dated 2/28/08, the Supreme Court denied transfer in the case of CITY OF CARMEL,IN -v- CERTAIN HOMEPLACE ANNEXATION TERRITORY (29 A 04 - 0510 - CV - 00578).

This order was not listed on the Feb. 29, 2008 transfer list, posted here.

The ILB summary of the Oct. 17, 2007 COA opinion in the case is available here.

Posted by Marcia Oddi on March 5, 2008 10:47 AM
Posted to Indiana Transfer Lists